Looking east towards the chancel.
Kelly's Directory 1930 reports :-
"The church of All Saints is a building of stone in the Early English and Perpendicular styles, consisting of chancel, nave of four bays, aisles, south porch and an embattled western tower with eight pinnacles and containing 6 bells, dating from 1632 to 1829, and a very curious clock, said to be at least 200 years old, but a new clock, presented by the Rev. Canon A. F. Sutton, rector of Brant Broughton, was put up in 1899:
the piers of the arcades and the doorway of the south porch, richly adorned with the chevron, dog-tooth and nail-head ornaments, are Early English:
the north doorway is also a rich example of Norman, but the church is principally of the Perpendicular period:
at the east end of each aisle are statue-brackets, and in the vestry is the recumbent stone effigy of a lady of the 14th century:
the church was restored in 1857-8, under the direction of Mr. M. C. Baily, of Newark, when the tower arch was opened, the interior reseated and a screen and several stained windows erected; and in 1888 further restoration and decoration was carried out under the supervision of Mr. Hodgson Fowler, architect; the total cost amounted to £784, and in 1900 further considerable alterations and improvements were made:
there are 359 sittings"
DB 29 October 2022